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Ten Thousand Drums recorded by Johnny Horton written by Mel Tillis & Carl Smith
C F C Waiting waiting for the redcoats to come F C F C But all I hear in my frozen ears is ten thousand drums F C F C Ten thousand drums Johnny Johnny don't be afraid F C F C We can whip those redcoats setting in the shade F C Setting in the shade
F C F C We've got the best of all the rest of General Washington F C F C And when we meet those redcoats watch them redcoats run F C F C Throwing down their drums throwing down their drums
F C Listen listen Johnny better get your gun F C F C Cause there ain't wooden soldiers behind ten thousand drums F C Behind ten thousand drums F C Running running Johnny watch them run F C F C We finally whip those redcoats finally stop those drums F C We stopped ten thousand drums
F C F C We're the best of all the rest such Yankee son of a guns F C F C We can tell our mommies how we made them run throwing down their drums F C F C Throwing down their drums going down their drums F C Ten thousand drums
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